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Haydn Wood

Wood / Elgar / Light So
Release Date: 12/08/2009 
Label:  Symposium   Catalog #: 1386  
Composer:  Haydn WoodGabriel Pierné
Performer:  John McCormackE. SchneiderPeggy CochraneHaydn Wood
Conductor:  Haydn WoodSidney TorchDebroy Somers
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Light Symphony OrchestraCourt Symphony OrchestraQueen's Hall Light Orchestra,   ... 
Number of Discs: 1 
Recorded in: Mono 
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Notes and Editorial Reviews

Complete Track List:

1 A May-Day Overture 0EA 993-2/992-2 13 II 35
2 Mannin Veen ‘Dear Isle of Man’ A Manx Tone Poem 2EA 994-2/995-2
3 Homage March 2EA 1440-2 13 III 35
4 Moods: No.6 Concert Waltz (Joyousness) 2EA 1441-1
Light Symphony Orchestra conductor: Haydn Wood

5 Three Famous Pictures: The Village Wedding (Painting by Luke Fildes) A 605 ?1924
6 The Doctor (Painting by Luke Fildes) A 606
7 The Laughing Cavalier (Painting by Franz Hals) A 607
8 An Evening Song A 608
Court Symphony Orch.Cond. by the Composer

9 London Landmarks Suite: No.3 The Horseguards, Whitehall
Queen’s Hall Light Orchestra. conducted by Sidney Torch Read more /> CA 20710-1 1 IV 48
10 Paris Suite: No.3 Montmartre-March
Debroy Somers & his Orchestra CA 16471-1 14 VII 47
11 The Quietest Things
John McCormack acc. E. Schneider 0EA 426-1 29 VIII 34
12 Roving Fancies
Reginald Foort on his Giant Möller Concert Organ 0ER 563-1 17 X 41
13 Love’s Garden of Roses
Anne Ziegler & Webster Booth 0EA 9367-1 10 VI 41

Works of Elgar including four songs of Elgar arranged for orchestra by Haydn Wood
14 Like to the Damask Rose (Elgar arr. Wood)
0EA 955-2 7 I 35
15 Queen Mary’s Song (Elgar arr. Wood) 0EA 956-2
16 Rondel (Elgar arr. Wood)
17 Mina (Elgar) 0EA 957-2
18 Shepherd’s Song (Elgar arr. Wood) 0EA 958-2
Light Symphony Orchestra conducted by Haydn Wood

“My Friends the Composers”: Peggy Cochrane interviews Haydn Wood and plays music by him
19 Introduction
20 It is Only a Tiny Garden (1916)
21 Love’s Garden of Roses (1914) 14 IV 54
22 Bird of Love Divine (1912)
23 Roses of Picardy (1916)
24 Piano Concerto-Theme from 1st Movement (1909)
25 Serenade to Youth (1953)
26 Closing Remarks & Playout Music
Violin solo – Mr. Haydn Wood with piano
28 Sérénade in A major Op.7 (Pierné)
Pathé 76520 (16279 B.C) early 1907
TT 78’ 25”
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Works on This Recording

1. A May-Day Overture by Haydn Wood
Conductor:  Haydn Wood
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Light Symphony Orchestra
Period: 20th Century 
Written: by 1918; England 
2. Mannin Veen "Dear Isle of Man" by Haydn Wood
Conductor:  Haydn Wood
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Light Symphony Orchestra
Period: 20th Century 
Written: 1932-1933; England 
3. Homage March by Haydn Wood
Conductor:  Haydn Wood
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Light Symphony Orchestra
Period: 20th Century 
Written: 1935; England 
4. Moods: no 6, Joyousness by Haydn Wood
Conductor:  Haydn Wood
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Light Symphony Orchestra
Period: 20th Century 
Written: 1932; England 
5. Famous Pictures (3) by Haydn Wood
Conductor:  Haydn Wood
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Court Symphony Orchestra
Period: 20th Century 
6. An Evening Song by Haydn Wood
Conductor:  Haydn Wood
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Court Symphony Orchestra
Period: 20th Century 
Written: 1923; England 
7. London Landmarks: The Horseguards, Whitehall by Haydn Wood
Conductor:  Sidney Torch
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Queen's Hall Light Orchestra
Period: 20th Century 
Written: by 1946; England 
8. Paris: Montmartre by Haydn Wood
Conductor:  Debroy Somers
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Debroy Somers Orchestra
Period: 20th Century 
Written: 1944; England 
9. The Quietest Things by Haydn Wood
Performer:  John McCormack (Tenor), E. Schneider (Piano)
10. It Is Only a Tiny Garden by Haydn Wood
Performer:  Peggy Cochrane (Piano)
11. Serenade for Oboe and Harp in A major, Op. 7 by Gabriel Pierné
Performer:  Haydn Wood (Violin)
Period: Romantic 
Written: France 

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